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Welcome to Mammoth Lakes, where “no way” is never far away. Majestic in scale and awesome in its natural beauty, the year-round adventureland of Mammoth Lakes is one of those rare places that you have to see to still not totally believe.

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Release yourself back into the wild responsibly with new COVID-19 safety measures. Mammoth Lakes is looking forward to welcoming guests back to the forest and mountains you know and love. The town is currently operating in the yellow tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The town of Mammoth Lakes and its businesses are doing their part to keep guests, workers and the local community safe. You can learn more about state and local guidelines that are in place for the businesses you visit below. While Mammoth Lakes is open for leisure travel, we are still asking guests to travel responsibly by wearing a mask, respecting all COVID-19 travel guidelines while you are in town and rescheduling your trip if you are sick.

ADVENTURE RESPONSIBLY IN MAMMOTH LAKES Commit to following sustainable, responsible tourism practices and help Mammoth Lakes continue to offer an endless supply of awe to visitors and locals alike. Mammoth Lakes, and the surrounding Eastern Sierra, is an otherworldly adventureland worth protecting for future generations to experience. When you plan to visit, make a promise to treat Mammoth Lakes as if it were your own backyard, and hey, maybe leave it even better than you found it. To learn more about how to travel sustainably and responsibly when you visit Mammoth Lakes, explore more below. These resources will help you become a better steward to the mountains and lakes, and even help you learn about proper recreation practices while at camp or in town. Your first step towards more responsible recreation can be as simple as reading and signing the Mammoth Lakes Promise to ensure that everyone can experience our infinite moments of wonder for years to come.

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Highlights of Mammoth Lakes

Fall

Fall

FALL IS THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO GET OUTSIDE ON THE EASTSIDE.
Adventure grows big, bright and beautiful in a Mammoth Lakes fall. The natural awesomeness of the Eastern Sierra gets painted gold, crimson and orange and provides a backdrop for any epic story. Moments of pure, visceral awe can be found around every corner, whether hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking or floating on a lake waiting for a bite. In these warm days and cool nights, you’ll discover why fall in Mammoth Lakes is one of California’s best-kept secrets.



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Summer

Summer

NOTHING BEATS SUMMERTIME IN THE MOUNTAINS

If you love to put the great in great outdoors, then you’ll find plenty of epic adventures and beautiful scenery during the summer months in Mammoth Lakes. You can enjoy everything from heart-pounding mountain bike rides to fly fishing on peaceful lakes and streams, or a wilderness camping trip to a pleasant afternoon hike.

Start your summer adventure by exploring the new all-encompassing, summer activities interactive map — so you can spread out, explore places you’ve never heard of before.



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Spring

Spring

FROM SNOW TO SUN, SWINTER HAS THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
In Mammoth Lakes, winter just doesn’t know when to quit. That’s why this year Mammoth Lakes is announcing a new season: SWINTER! That’s right. Winter has joined forces with summer, creating a magical new season called SWINTER—the awe-inspiring, superbly snowy, summer hot-spot found only in Mammoth Lakes.

Spend your mornings on the slopes and your afternoons on the lake. From kayaking and fishing to skiing and snowshoeing, SWINTER has it all. Head to Mammoth Lakes to turn your spring into SWINTER now.



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Winter

Winter

TURN WINTER WOES INTO WINTER “WHOAS”!
Winter in Mammoth Lakes inspires adventure at every turn. From skiing and snowboarding at the world-famous Mammoth Mountain (California’s highest chairlift-serviced peak) and miles upon miles of cross-country and snowshoe terrain to snowmobile adventures and family fun-filled with sledding and snowball fights, there are so many ways for everyone to enjoy this spectacular, snowy winter wonderland.



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Club Adventures Tours in Mammoth Lakes

Walking in California’s Sierra Nevada
5 days, from $1,483

Walking in California’s Sierra Nevada

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